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Move Film Festival: Programme 1

The Move Film Festival showcases emerging and innovative talent from Manchester School of Art. Join our premiere of short films from young, distinct voices within our collective; Whether it’s narrative, artist moving image or documentary, there’s something for everyone.

The line up of screenings for Programme 1 are: 

In Every Breath
Dir Nathaniel Wheatcroft-Brown/7 mins
In Every Breath is a search for the collective experience of this moment, in the here and now.

Dir Zac Aimson/11 mins
Carnivore is a psychological thriller about a woman writing a script about a serial killer and unknowingly exorcising her own personal demons.

Bring Us Sunshine
Dir Natasha Lee/10 mins
This participatory documentary explores the rise and many falls of Morecambe and looks at some of the admittedly promising projects currently ongoing.

Dir Will Andrew/10 mins
A troubled ex prisoner tries to find his feet in society by contacting his sister who is in trouble of her own.

Up in The Air
Dir Lily Taylor/8 mins
Split between two adjacent screens, an observation of two interconnecting actions: the act of building and the act of flying a kite.

Football for the people by the people
Dir Jay Tomlins/10 mins
A fan fueled documentary about FC United of Manchester.

Dir Josh Park/9 mins
A short film exploring how the small act of forgetting your phone can lead to greater repercussions.

Dir Michael Knowels/10 mins
Michael loves wrestling and wants to train to do it, but he has to struggle with his body problems.

Dir Anya Machin/10 mins
This town is a shit hole, a dead end.. but it’s our shit hole, I always knew everything was going to end before it started.

The Starving Wolves, no longer thirsty for blood
Dir Thanasis Konstantopoulos/12 mins
Being lost in the shadows, the shades of grey and dirty blood, eternity does not seem as expected as it sounds.

Please note the certification for this event is an 18 and the run-time is approximately 99 mins.